The national day will be celebrated in grand style this week by QUB music. In fact, the new platform for streaming music will be the pride of the québécois artists.
In addition to a list of 24 hours of songs – the success of Beautiful Damage, Paul Piché, Marjo, Safia Nolin, Marc Dupre, etc – the audience can ask the ear on multiple interviews of musicians, actors, politicians here who will address different topics. It will thus be a question of albums and concerts that have marked, their local influences, and memories related to the day of the Québécois. Jean-Pierre Ferland, Patrice Michaud, Klo Pelgag, and several others have approached the exercise.
This will also be the opportunity to discover the serial podcast “For a story of a show” testimonies of the artisans and people of the public. Entitled “24 June”, and unveiled on this date, the first episode will focus on the feasts of St. John lived from 1973 to 1976. Songs get to the confidences of the singer-songwriter Gilles Valiquette and the spectator Gilles Lapointe.
It is possible to listen to a free QUB music (qubmusique.ca) until 31 July on the web, as via the app. From 1st August, customers of the mobile telephony service of Vidéotron will be able to enjoy a subscription cost of $ 4.99 per month.